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Wanted CHEESE FACTORY. "^WANTED—A MAN, with a thorough knowledge of rearing and feeding pigs, to look after about 200 or 300. Applications, stating wages required, to be sent in to the Secretary by noon of FRIDAY, 29th instant, from whom all further particulars may be obtained. S. E. POYNTZ, d 23 Secretary. WANTED to LET, for Three Months, the whole or part of 180 acres English GRASS and 180 acres TUSSOCK. Will be Let cheap. Apply A. Gibson, Hinds. 23 d

WANTED KNOWN—That A. ORR is selling Best Currents, 6d per lb; Splendid Tea, 2s and 2s 6d. Every article equally as cheap. dl9 ANTED KNOWN—That a BALL will be held in Mr Clark’s Grain Shed, Tinwald, on New Year’s night Tickets, 2s 6d. The proceeds will be given to the Tinwald School Treat Fund. Doors open at 8 p.ra. 23d \\T ANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the newest apparatus, is prepared te Sweep Chimneys at very low rales. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. 760 c

ANTED KNOWN. That BONEDUST, specially prepared for drilling with carrots, mangolds, etc , can be obtained from the undersigned. F. MAYO, Hampstead Bone Mills. ANTED KNOWN—The Leicester Boot Warehouse, Burnett street, is the cheapest shop in Ashburton for Boots and Shoes. Ladies Boots from 6s 6d per pair ; Ladies’ Prunella, 7s 6d per pair; great variety of Infants’, lid per pair ; Men’s Balmorals, 12s 6d per pair ; Men’s Bluchers, 8s 6d ; Men’s Shoes, 10s 6d ; Boy’s strong nailed Laceups, 6s 6d. Repairs neatly executed. J. G. GREEN & 00. bibn oo y Burnett street. 20d

ANTED KNOWN—It is Mr Lancaster’s intention to extend his Bread Business, and he wishes his customers to knew he has secured Mr Thomas Hicks to manage that branch. A Cart will be run with Broad alone, independent of the other Two Carts, which will continue to run as before. The name of Mr Hicks will be a sufficient guarantee that, under his management, Bread of unexceptionable quality will be turned out of the FREETRADB BAKERY, East street —R. Lancaster, Proprietor. 240

Special Advertisements. O T I 0 E. Wo have now IN STOCK and for sale, ex vessels from Kaipara, a large assortment of DRESSED AND UNDRESSED Kauri Timber, including sizes to suit all requirements of the Building Trade. WELL - SEASONED TIMBER for Joiners and Cabinetmakers. Also, from Foxton, ex Awaroa and Forest Queen, Totaral Black Pine, of the best quality to be obtained. 021 TUCKER, RESTELL & CO.

gAYE YOUR GRAIN AND PURCHASE Walter A. Wood’s TWINE REAPER AND BINDER, Which obtained the FIRST PRIZE and GOLD MEDAL against all comers at the TRIAL neld last season in Christchurch, under the auspices of tha Janterbury A. and P. Association. This Machine combines Lightness of Draught, Simplicity of Construction, Ease op Management, Durability, and with Quantity and Quality op Work. Ealing, 21st December, —To Messrs Poyntz arm Co,—Gentlemen. —In answer to your enquiry 1 might state that the Wood’s Twine Binder, works to my entire satisfaction,and may mention that during last season, I cut 154 acres of wheat during a strong wind with perfect ease, and produced good work. Tours truly, Henry Herne, manager for J. E. Ruddenkiau. Newlands, 22nd December, —Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashburton.—l have this day completed cutting 25 acres of rye grass on my farm at Newlands, with a W. A. Wood’s Twine Binder, purchased from you last year, to my entire satisfaction. The crop is now lying on the ground, and speaks for itself. Anyone wishing to see the crop can do so on visiting my farm. Yours faithfully, Martin Griffin,

FOR SALE— Second-hand GRASS-STRIPPER. FOR SALE— Second-hand McCormick REAPERS and BINDERS. FOR SALE— Four-horse DR^Y. FOR SALE— A WAGONETTE, in capital order. FOR SALE— An Eight-horse-power ENGINE, by Clayton and Shuttleworth, in good order. FOR SALECOMBINE, by Marshall. ON SALEBINDER TWINE, WIRE, and OIL, at current rates. Poyntz & Co., AGENTS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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